Urbex: St Peter’s Mortuary, Chertsey

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A nice sunny Sunday afternoon stroll in Chertsey brought us upon this morbid gem.

St Peter’s mortuary was built in the 1940’s and is a small building on the outskirts of the main (currently active) Hospital site. It closed in April 2009 when the mortuary relocated to the main building.

Much of the insides have already been stripped out but a few gems remain and for some reason the water is still on; the place is slightly flooded!

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The entrance greeted us with a couple of comforting warnings.

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The previous visitors also proved welcoming.

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The main operating room.

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Cold Storage.

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Don’t worry it’s all going to be ok.

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Obligatory switch photo.

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God watches over us all…even in death…. I’m surprised they managed to fit a chapel in such a small building. It’s weird how religion creeps into every walk of life.

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I’m slightly concerned this may happen in future:

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